Vintage Vogue Covers

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 16, 2012
These vintage illustrated Vogue magazine covers caught our eye, making it hard to believe that this is the magazine you see in the grocery store today. The typefaces and illustrated figures are fascinating blasts from the past taking us to the fashion and design of the early twentieth century. The simple, hand-illustrated design is something that has become a thing of the past and a visual treat to enjoy.

The Works of Jagi Note

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 16, 2012
Jagi Note is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Games from the early 1990s had a profound influence on his imagination and still inspires his artwork to this day. Jagi describes his artwork as impossible and beautiful realities which everyone who observes them wishes they could be a part of...

The Tattoo Work of Tim Hendricks

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 16, 2012
Tim Hendricks is a second-generation artist, taught by his father at a young age. Tim has been tattooing since the early nineties, he got his start by tattooing in the neighborhood he grew up in during his mid-teens tattooing local Hispanic hoodlums and punk rockers.

Print: Miss Van "Virgen" for Pictures on Walls

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Miss Van, who just opened a new exhibition at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, has also released a new print with London's Pictures on Walls, Virgen, that has the print shop saying, "Wow. Well this really came out better than we expected. What’s French for ooh la-la?" The print was made in an edition of 60, signed and numbered by the Toulouse-born, Barcelona-based artist, and 5-color screenprint using fluorescent ink and graphite.

Juxtapoz @ Outside Lands 2012: The Sounds and the Bands That Made Them

Music // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
One of the great things about curating art at a music festival is, you guessed it, the bands, the photo pass, and that front row exposure. So, as Outside Lands was in full swing, we had our photographer Jordan Joseffer embed himself at a few stages to capture Foo Fighters, Big Boi, Die Antwoord, Franz Ferdinand, Jack White, Beck, and Thee Oh Sees.

Unwanted Attention

Graffiti // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
In 1998, Sane and Smith made news headlines and became sought after by the FBI for painting the side of the Manhattan tower of the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. Now a transcript of a phone conversation has been revealed between Senator Charles Schumer and FBI Director Robert Mueller talking about Police Commissioner Ray Kelly. New York’s finest always have their priorities in order, graffiti writers being first of course. Read more to see what we are talking about.

Feature: Dabs Myla in Conversation with New2

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Dabs Myla's big 'Marvelous Expeditions' show is coming up on Sat, Sept. 1st at Thinkspace. The duo have put together a fun lil' set of questions combining some of the favorite questions they've been asked over the past few years as well as a few show specific travel related questions to spice things up. Today, they speak with New2.

In L.A.: Nicola Verlato @ Merry Karnowsky Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Merry Karnowsky Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by Nicola Verlato entitled Zero Gravity. Painting in the hyper-realistic style he has become known for, Verlato exercises his virtuosic hand and classical eye to produce masterworks of choreographed chaos. This past weekend we stopped by the opening...

Photography of Jennifer B. Hudson

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
"This is new, experimental work exploring ideas of memory and memory loss. This work begun with larger scale sculptural installations using organic material to create 'armor' or head adornments for the human subjects. The final works are digital photographs, 10 x 10 inch archival pigment ink prints."

Pointillism by William Betts

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
We like to think that we just made up the term Photoreal Pointillism (although a tad redundant), but we love these acrylic pieces by William Betts. Instead of creating work with 19th century subject matter, Betts paints security camera footage instead. The artist has work on display at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart through October 7, 2012.

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